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Dino Sabatini - Omonimo
Dino Sabatini
Omonimo
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Outis)
18,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
As both a producer and the helmsman of the Outis Music label, Dino Sabatini has carved out a distinctive musical style that shows a great reverence for both ancient archetypes and future possibilities for change (see, for example, his "Mnemosyne” co-relea
Dino Sabatini - Concentrica
Dino Sabatini
Concentrica
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Outis Music)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
This is the remix edition of Dino Sabatini’s recent second album “Omonimo” (April 2016, Outis Music).Like the recent album, this EP “Concentrica” features renowned Italian veteran pianist/accordionist Antonello Salis on the tracks “If” and “It All Ends Here", albeit here in different versions. Out of these two tracks the former is on “Concentrica” reworked by Dino Sabatini and the latter in a collaborative live variation between Salis and Dino Sabatini. Simultaneously with the announcement of “Concentrica” was it announced that Dino and Antonello are launching their new live project: Dino Sabatini & Antonello Salis present ‘Electronic Opera Concentrica’. Howie B is veteran producer mainly known as a purveyor of early trip hop, having produced cuts from Tricky’s debut album, Björk’s “Post” and “Homogenic” as well as other major like U2. Tracklist EP: A1 - Sometimes Back (Touched by Howie B), A2 - If (feat. Antonello Salis) B1 - The Unexpected (ASC’s Grey Area Remix) , B2 - And it All Ends Here (Salis & Sabatini Variation) After inaugurating the ‘Opera’ sub-series of his Outis Music label with the sublime ‘Omonimo’ double LP this April, Dino Sabatini has invited some choice allies to help define the vocabulary and expand the vision of the new imprint. The aforementioned album, which wove together Sabatini’s atmospheric conjuring skill with the piano flourishes of Antonello Salis, already exhibits the label’s commitment to dismantling the ‘either-or’ logic of contemporary genres by successfully merging a variety of supposedly irreconcilable styles, talents, and worldviews (e.g. both mythological and the technological perspectives). The follow-up EP, ‘Concentrica’, draws on the material from ‘Omonimo’ and delivers it into the hands of additional remixers in order to continue the Outis Opera voyage.
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